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Monsoon Updates: Rains to continue in Bengaluru

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New Delhi, Aug 22: Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain for Kerala and coastal Karnataka in the next 24 hours. "Under the influence of convergence of lower-level westerlies, Kerala and coastal Karnataka is likely to experience heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places during next 24 hours and isolated heavy rainfall during the subsequent four days," IMD tweeted.

Meanwhile, in Delhi, the water level of Yamuna is receding and the river is flowing at 204.55 metres, below the danger mark. The river had breached the danger mark of 205.33 metres on Monday.

28 killed, 22 missing as rains lash in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab & Uttarakhand

Flood alert for Delhi as Yamuna likely to cross danger mark today

Stay tuned for all the updates:

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3:39 AM, 23 Aug
Skymet Weather predicts: Light to moderate rains are forecast for a few places over Coastal Andhra Pradesh, parts of Telangana, Rayalaseema, Tamil Nadu and interior Karnataka. Chennai will remain dry; however, Bengaluru may receive some patchy rains.
3:38 AM, 23 Aug
Skymet Weather predicts: Northwest India will experience a Subdued Monsoon. Light to moderate rains are possible at some locations over Uttarakhand, Himachal and Haryana. West Uttar Pradesh may also receive a few moderate spells. National capital Delhi may also witness isolated thundery activity. However, weather of Punjab, Haryana and North Rajasthan will remain almost dry.
3:37 AM, 23 Aug
Skymet Weather predicts: Fairly widespread rains to continue over many parts of Madhya Pradesh. Rains will be moderate to heavy over the Western districts. Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha, and East Rajasthan to receive rains at some places. Light to moderate rains are likely over Konkan and Goa, Madhya Maharashtra and at one or two places over Marathwada and Gujarat. Mumbai city might also receive some light rains.
3:36 AM, 23 Aug
Skymet Weather predicts: Light to moderate rains are possible at some locations over Uttarakhand, Himachal and Haryana. West Uttar Pradesh may also receive a few moderate spells. National capital Delhi may also witness isolated thundery activity. However, weather of Punjab, Haryana and North Rajasthan will remain almost dry.
3:32 AM, 23 Aug
The water level of Yamuna reached the highest level of 206.60 metres on Wednesday morning and remained constant for nearly seven hours. The river started receding from afternoon and water level was at 206.44 metres at 6 pm.
3:31 AM, 23 Aug
The water level of Yamuna is receding and the river is flowing at 204.55 metres, below the danger mark, an official said on Thursday. The river had breached the danger mark of 205.33 metres on Monday.
3:31 AM, 23 Aug
Under the influence of convergence of lower-level westerlies, Kerala and coastal Karnataka is likely to experience heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places during next 24 hours, Indian Meteorological Department posted on Twitter.
3:30 AM, 23 Aug
"A cyclonic circulation lies over West-central and adjoining Northwest Bay of Bengal off Odisha coast between 1.5 and 4.5 km above mean sea level. Under its influence, isolated heavy to very heavy falls are very likely over Odisha in the next 72 hours," IMD tweet said.
4:24 PM, 22 Aug
Bengaluru
Rain lashes parts of the city.
2:50 PM, 22 Aug
India Meteorological Department (IMD): A cyclonic circulation lies over West-central & adjoining Northwest Bay of Bengal off Odisha coast between 1.5 & 4.5 km above mean sea level. Under its influence, isolated heavy to very heavy falls are very likely over Odisha next 72 hours.
12:14 PM, 22 Aug
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that heavy rainfall is likely over Odisha and Kerala on Thursday. The weather forecasting agency also predicted that isolated pockets of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Assam and Meghalaya are likely to witness heavy downpour throughout the day.
9:34 AM, 22 Aug
Odisha
Locals carry pregnant woman for 12km through river to get to ambulance
9:34 AM, 22 Aug
Delhi: Water level at Old Yamuna Bridge (Loha Pul) is at 204.95 meters; 0.38 meters below the danger level of 205.33 meters.
5:43 PM, 21 Aug
The Rainfall Amount In Pune In August So Far Is 192 Mm Which Surpasses The Monthly Average Of 122.3 Mm, Skymet tweets.
5:42 PM, 21 Aug
Several celebrities, banks and trade organisations have come forward to help the flood victims in Maharashtra by contributing to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund. Lata Mangeshkar on Tuesday donated Rs 11 lakh while Aamir Khan contributed Rs 25 lakh for the flood relief.
4:40 PM, 21 Aug
Uttarakhand CM, Trivendra Singh Rawat announces a compensation of Rs 15 lakh for the next of kin of the persons who have lost their lives in the helicopter crash in Uttarkashi District.
3:15 PM, 21 Aug
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) scientist Kuldeep Srivastava on Tuesday said rains are likely to subside in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh over the next four to five days.
3:15 PM, 21 Aug
Fresh landslides struck Himachal Pradesh's Kullu district on Wednesday, blocking traffic on the Manali-Leh Highway, the police said. Landslides occurred at Marhi between Manali and Rohtang on the Manali-Leh Highway at around 11.30 am, Kullu Superintendent of Police Gaurav Singh said.
3:12 PM, 21 Aug
Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal: Water-level in Yamuna river is at 206.6 meters. Till now, there has no loss of life. Temporary tents have been arranged for stay. Once water recedes sufficiently people can go back to their houses.
3:12 PM, 21 Aug
Himachal Pradesh: Border Roads Organisation is conducting road clearing operation near Rohtang Pass on Manali-Leh highway.
Himachal Pradesh: Border Roads Organisation is conducting road clearing operation near Rohtang Pass on Manali-Leh highway.
12:53 PM, 21 Aug
The Yamuna river, which flows in six districts of Delhi, continued to flow above the danger mark with the water level at 206.60 metres. The river surpassed the danger mark of 205.33m on Monday night. Officials have said that the water level is expected to surge up to 207m by Wednesday.
12:52 PM, 21 Aug
Delhi
A family of four people was rescued after their house, in slum near Zero Pusta in Usmanpur, was submerged in water yesterday. The water level at Old Yamuna Bridge (Loha Pul) has reached 206.60 meter.
12:52 PM, 21 Aug
Uttarkashi
Search & rescue operation by SDRF, NDRF, ITBP & Police continue in Mori tehsil following cloud-burst.
12:51 PM, 21 Aug
Uttarakhand
20 people missing in Sanel village of Mori block in Uttarkashi district, following an incident of cloudburst there. 15 bodies have been recovered so far. The search operation is still underway.
11:12 AM, 21 Aug
The IMD on Wednesday said flood-hit Himachal Pradesh will witness some respite from rains as the next 24 hours are likely to be dry and sunny.
11:11 AM, 21 Aug
In Himachal Pradesh, where 25 lives were lost, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur told the state assembly that his government is working on a war- footing to restore damaged roads and water and power supplies in the affected areas at the earliest. He said during the entire monsoon season beginning July 1, over 60 people have been killed and the state suffered a loss of Rs 625 crore.After the recent rains, 1,600 stranded people have been shifted to safety in the state, the government said.
10:24 AM, 21 Aug
Delhi
Water level at Old Yamuna Bridge (Loha Pul) has reached 206.60 meter. As per Upper Yamuna Division, Central Water Commission the water level is expected to reach the peak value of 207.08 meter between 1 to 5 pm today.
9:22 AM, 21 Aug
India Meteorological Department, Himachal Pradesh: Weather was dry at most places over the state during last 24 hours. Weather will be dry/sunny at most places over the state during next 24 hours.
9:14 AM, 21 Aug
Uttarakhand
Food, water and other relief material being sent on two helicopters, to flood affected Arakot in Uttarkashi district, from Sahastradhara helipad in Dehradun.
9:09 AM, 21 Aug
Uttarakhand
6 quintal of relief material have been sent by Air Force helicopters to flood hit Mori Tehsil of Uttarkashi district.
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